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Prince George's County Executive Says County Will Move Into Phase 1 Reopening On June 1Prince George's County officials said they will be ready to begin reopening starting on June 1 -- including curbside retail and allowing barbershops and hair salons to operate by appointment only. 
Gov. Larry Hogan Provides Update On Coronavirus In MarylandGov. Larry Hogan Provides Update On Coronavirus In Maryland
Baltimore City Officials Announce They Will Open Curbside Retail WednesdayBaltimore City announces it will allow curside retail Wednesday.
BPD Commissioner Addresses Media After Memorial Day Weekend ViolenceBaltimore Police Commissioner Michael Harrison addresses the media following a number of fatal shootings in the city over Memorial Day weekend.
Lifeguard Training In Ocean City, MarylandLifeguards train during Memorial Day Weekend in Ocean City, Maryland.
Marine One Practice Lands At Baltimore's Fort McHenryAhead of President's Trump Memorial Day Visit To Baltimore, Marine One does a practice landing at Fort McHenry.
Chopper 13 Over Fort McHenry As Two Marine Osprey Aircraft LandTwo U.S. Marine osprey aircrafts practiced landing at Fort McHenry Thursday ahead of President Trump's scheduled visit.
Baltimore County Officials Announce Retail Shops, Barbers And Hair Salons Can ReopenBaltimore County Executive Johnny Olszewski announced Thursday morning that he would allow retail stores and some personal services to reopen Friday.
Baltimore Mayor Jack Young Announces All Summer City Events CanceledAll city events in Baltimore have been canceled through August 31 due to the coronavirus pandemic, Mayor Bernard C. "Jack" Young said Wednesday.
Goat Stolen From South Baltimore Community Garden, Group SaysThe group that runs a community garden in far southern Baltimore said two teenage boys stole a goat from the property overnight. Credit: Filbert Street Garden
Baltimore Mayor Announces They Are Increase COVID-19 Testing Capacity, Partnered With Local LabBaltimore City has secured 18,000 more coronavirus tests, increasing the city's testing capacity. The city also partnered with a local laboratory to help expedite test results.
Baltimore Mayor Jack Young Said City Is Not Ready To ReopenBaltimore city will remain under a stay at home order despite the governor announcing that he would lift Maryland's stay at home order.
Prince George's County Holds Press Conference, Not Reopening With StatePrince George's County will not reopen Friday at 5 p.m. when the governor will lift Maryland's stay at home order. Instead, County Executive Angela Alsobrooks issued a stay at home order for Prince George's County through June 1.
Baltimore Mayor Young Holds Press Conference With City's Latest Steps To Fight CoronavirusBaltimore Mayor Young Holds Press Conference With City's Latest Steps To Fight Coronavirus
Emu Runs Through Traffic In Baltimore CountyPolice In Baltimore County helped track an emu that escaped from a farm and wandered into a business district in Randallstown on Saturday. Credit: Joyce Anthony
Ocean City, Maryland, Boardwalk Awaits Reopening SaturdayOcean City, Maryland, Boardwalk Awaits Reopening Saturday
People Walk The Beaches Of Ocean City, Maryland, Friday Ahead Of ReopeningPeople Walk The Beaches Of Ocean City, Maryland, Friday Ahead Of Reopening
Maryland National Guard Flyover Takes OffThe Maryland National Guard is holding a flyover to show support for frontline and essential workers amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Gov. Larry Hogan Announces Schools To Close, Some Restrictions LiftedMaryland is starting to see a decrease in hospitalizations and a "flattening of the curve" when it comes to intensive care cases, Gov. Larry Hogan announced Wednesday.
Baltimore Officials Helps Close Digital Learning Gap Within City School Students With $3 MillionBaltimore Mayor Jack Young transferred $3 million from the city's funds to city schools to help close the digital learning gap for the students.
Baltimore Mayor Press Conference May 6, 2020The Baltimore mayor announced he would move $3 million to city schools to close the digital learning gap and announced a revised city budget for fiscal year 2021.
Baltimore Mayor Press Conference On COVID-19 May 5, 2020The Lord Baltimore Hotel will host positive coronavirus patients who have mild symptoms and cannot isolate in Baltimore.
Dog Stolen From SPCA Of Anne Arundel County Reunites With CaretakerCredit: SPCA of Anne Arundel County
Blue Angels, Thunderbirds Pay Tribute To Essential Employees On Front Lines Of COVID-19 PandemicBlue Angels, Thunderbirds Pay Tribute To Essential Employees On Front Lines Of COVID-19 Pandemic

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